This sibley bell tipi tent we put 2-4 people into depending on the availability.  It has a full sized bed for two people and a single sized bed with linens, blankets and comforters. We have additional sleeping bags for guests who need them. These tents have a solar light. Couch and single bed side.
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De 2 à 12 ans
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- de 2 ans
7 voyageurs au maximum. Les bébés ne sont pas pris en compte dans le nombre de voyageurs.
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À propos de ce logement

This canvas tent allows you to stay with your crew, if you are traveling 2-4ppl. 2 people with a lot of space, 4 people with some space. Solar charging station. Camping Heater available. Cooperative Navajo Bee Project. Bring ur tent 25$

Le logement

This is a Sibley Bell Glamping Tent that allows 2-7 people to camp together. Includes tent cots and sleeping bags. Sometimes Beds, if available.

Accès des voyageurs

This listing has two beds, sometimes cots, depending on the sleeping arrangements requested. Includes bedding, sleeping bags, sleeping mats, and usually has a full framed bed with linens.

We have an outdoor shower, an outhouse for guests. The shower includes instant hot water. Which is often not available when it freezes.

We have a solar powered charging station for devices. It is not enclosed but if you are desperate for a charge it's here.

Bring Coleman propane canisters if you wish to use the tent heaters. Bring your own flashlight. We do have some lights.

This is tent camping, and we cannot control the weather. Do not pay for or reserve a tent, and expect a hotel or house, or apartment or condo. Most people who rent tents are experienced campers, but we get a lot of people who want a cheap hotel, instead of a tent and campground experience. So we apologize to experienced campers for the new and overly verbose house rules. We are on the same roads, that all airbnb hosts are on.

1. Please inform us if there are things that you require, and let us know since we try to give guests their space. If you would like to connect with us, just come by and let us know, as we cannot determine which a guest prefers automatically every guest is different with their preferences. If you run out of toilet tissue, or need a towel or anything, let us know.

2. Please donate to the wood fund. FREE WOOD IS NOT PROVIDED BY ANY CAMPGROUND OR HOTEL.

Any professional cameras have to be cleared by the OWNER Dorothy Bigman for Navajo Nation Back Country Permit. Which only requires that you speak with her and pay a small permit fee to her for back country photography. She can provide tours for photographers to photogenic locations for special photography that is not the same photos that everyone else has.

Just let us know you have a professional camera and we can arrange for you to meet her and deal with her directly. We do not accept any fee for backcountry photography but we request copies for our use for making the permit appointment with Dorothy.

Please take your trash with you as we have no trash service in our remote community. If you leave trash it will stay here forever.

Échanges avec les voyageurs

As much as you would like or as little as you require. We are sometimes out doing tours, or interacting with guests, and there's a lot of people here that can assist if I'm not around.

Autres remarques

AVG TEMP: F: JAN 43/25 FEB 47/26 MAR 54/33 APR 65/40 MAY 73/47 JUNE 85/58 JUL 90/63 AUG 88/62 SEP 82/57 OCT 66/41 NOV 50/30 DEC 42/24

C: JAN 6/-3 FEB 8/-3 MAR 12/0 APR 18/4 MAY 22/8 JUNE 29/14 JUL 32/17 AUG 31/16 SEP 27/13 OCT 18/5 NOV 10/-1 DEC 5/-4

Sunset and Sunrises: Mountain Standard (Denver) Time - JAN 7:30A/5:16P FEB 7:08A/6:01P MAR 6:30A/6:27P APR 6:47A/7:53P MAY 6:28A/8:07P JUNE 6:04A/8:31P JUL 6:06A/8:42P AUG 6:27A/8:26P SEP 7:02A/7:29P OCT 7:15A/6:46P NOV 6:56A/5:12P DEC 7:12A/5:06P

We are on Weather Underground for location, phone number and up to the minute weather for Monument Valley.

We have a sweet recommendation for nature lovers who are headed to Sedona-A wonderful and budget way to experience the magic of the red rocks is to rent a tent and camping gear from Tara. She advises people on the most beautiful and free places to camp in Sedona. Here is one of her listings.

Le logement
Salles de bain : 0.5 (Salle de bains partagée)
Chambres : 1
Lits : 3
Arrivée : 13:00 - 18:00
Départ : 12:00
Animal sur place : Chien(s), chat(s) et autres animaux
Type de logement : Chambre privée


Voyageur supplémentaire : 9€ / nuit après 2 voyageurs
Frais de ménage : 14€
Tarif week-end : 92€ / nuit
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Règlement intérieur
L'entrée dans les lieux se fait entre 13:00 et 18:00

1A. Check the weather before you arrive by doing a search on weather reports on websites. That's the most accurate way to get an update. We recommend weather apps like Wind Alert, that give time, temperature, by the hour, wind speeds, and condensation in either celsius or Fahrenheit and it is free.

1B. Have a backup plan in case you lose cellular reception.
1C. Set your time of arrival between 4-6p Anything earlier is fine. But after 7p the sun goes down and visibility affects people's ability to find the location as it gets really dark. The most success for arrival is when its still light and there are plenty of places open, and you can see things as you are driving.

We recommend that if guests cannot reach us to check in Kayenta, where there is wifi at the Mc Donalds and Burger King, and let us know you are leaving so we can expect you. Or Moab/Blanding for Utah travellers.

We meet people at gouldings lodge, gas station, grocery store or at the view hotel

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1. Our outhouse design is found in almost every non major campground in the United States. No one that I am aware of, offers tent sites, with a toilet inside a tent, or in any camping area, you will have to walk to the outhouse in order to use it. Its just a plain fact of life for campground restrooms.

We use wood ash to control the bacteria and pests, and it is lit with solar path lighting and an automatic light inside. We have been to Goosenecks and other campgrounds, and ours has a lot more accessories and ours is much cleaner without the use of noxious and poisonous chemicals.

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2. We do not have trash service in our area.
Take your trash and any you find with you to an urban area, who can sort, and recycle.

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3. Gouldings and the View Hotel both use geo-coordinates to get you to them.

We offer $20 campsite bring your own tent, or sleep in your car, options, because we believe that everyone should have the ability to see the beautiful Monument Valley.

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For lack cellular reception or services - not one of us own a cellular company or have any interest, permit or control over the contracts for the cellular towers. It is the cellular companies that are at fault, not technology or the Navajo that you do not have reception. In fact, we have the same problems as you do, with access to data or cellular services.

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This accommodation's goals is to connect you to the Navajo daily experience, and way of life. The things that you do not have access to while here, are unavailable to many Navajo who live in poverty on the reservation.

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4. You have to agree with us that you understand that you are renting a TENT with a campsite. There are sites for 20$ a night in our area, and you must bring your own tent for those. They do not give you heaters, they provide the same outhouse we do.

We are providing the campsite, with a tent for people who do not have one. These are 4 person coleman TENTS that have been upgraded to larger Kodiak tents. They are not hotel rooms and we are not compelled to any responsibility for the weather, or the temperature, or any element that we have no personal control over.

We are letting you know that we provide an ice house heater if you can pay for the propane, we can let you use it for your tent. Its not included in the price of the tent.

The RV and tent campers wherever you stay ALL have to use the outdoor community restroom and shower facility, and we are very clear, that this is not unusual for our area.

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We provide water, and its used the way it always has been by the Navajo as cistern water, in containers.

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This is an opportunity for you to experience and become connected to the Navajo experience. That cultural connection and understanding blooms into true friendships and beautiful memories.

We are a rare accommodation in line with airbnb promoted experience, connection with local people, and local culture, local conditions experienced in every day Navajo life while living life in one of the 7 Wonders of the World, and we are just a little above 3rd world conditions in the United States, as a Tribe.

Traditional Navajo have a unique lifestyle, and compared to many Airbnb listings may seem like third world or low income community. This exists today despite the hotel industry which has controlled this area for decades and is a real life testament to the lack of services provided to families while they dominate this area.

Our goal is to help you see that the wasteful desert metropolis's of US Cities specifically - Las Vegas, Phoenix and Los Angeles who extract coal and uranium from Indian Lands do so at the expense of Indigenous Peoples who live without access to electricity and running water in this year 2016.

Ahéhee' for your stay assisting the Tsís'ná Bighan Navajo Bee Cooperative project and our efforts for clean water, to restore traditional and dilapidated housing in the Monument Valley community from the Uranium Era.

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Si vous annulez jusqu'à 7 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % et les frais de service vous sont remboursés intégralement.

Dispositif de sécurité
Kit de premiers secours

Séjour de 1 nuit minimum

72 commentaires

Profil utilisateur de Marion
mai 2017
Très bien placé et le nécessaire pour camper

Profil utilisateur de Mickael
octobre 2016
Nous avons été très bien reçu, beaucoup de chose à disposition, la tente était très propre. La nuit a été très froide mais il y avait beaucoup de couverture et nous n'avons pas du tout souffert de cette température. Mark est très disponible avec son neveu qui est très courtois et sympa. La cerise sur le gâteau est la douche chaude quasi en pleine air, GENIAL!!!

Profil utilisateur de Antoine
septembre 2016
Nous avons passé une nuit dans une tente. C'était une expérience incroyable au cœur de Monument Valley. Nous avons pu profiter d'un accueil très chaleureux, de délicieux tacos maisons et de bons moments d'échanges avec Mark et sa famille autour d'un feu de camp. Coucher et lever de soleil à ne surtout pas manquer. En bonus, la vue des toilettes mérite le déplacement. Nous reviendrons définitivement si nous en avons l'occasion.

Profil utilisateur de Kevin
septembre 2016
Les tentes de Mark sont situées dans un endroit remarquable. Difficile d'être aussi proche de Monument Valley. La tente était spatieuse, très propre. Tout les équipements nécessaires sont sur place (prendre une douche en voyant Monument valley est une expérience unique). Il est très facile de trouver le camp. Comme indiqué dans la description de l'annonce, ne vous attendez pas à autre chose que faire du camping, mais dans un lieu de camping exceptionnel. A refaire, nous nous contenterions de louer un emplacement de camping chez Mark et monter notre propre tente.

Profil utilisateur de Amanda
septembre 2016
Un campement simple, au milieu d'un décor incroyable.

Profil utilisateur de Celine
août 2016
Tres Bon accueil Ponctualité et gentillesse Lits confortables et tente spacieuse Commodites spartiates mais inhérentes au camping ! Petit bémol le logement est en bordure d'une route très passante donc difficile de dormir
Profil utilisateur de Mark And Jen
Réponse de Mark And Jen :
Um we are not sure what it is that people are expecting. We provide a tent. Sometimes with beds and linens. Sometimes with cots and sleeping bags for the smaller tents. We provide wood and campfire pits. Coffee pot which is good for tea and camping stove. We provide equipment to cook on the campfire. Outside of this we are perplexed at what people are expecting that makes it non Spartan. lol
août 2016

Profil utilisateur de Philippe
juillet 2016
Après quelques cafouillages lors de l'arrivée (l'adresse envoyée par airbnb n'est pas la bonne) nous avons finalement réussi à trouver l'emplacement du campement. La tente était très confortable, et la vue sur monument valley avec coucher de soleil en prime était incroyable ! Tout était vraiment bien. Mention spéciale pour les wc avec vue sur la vallée :) Pour le diner, Mark connait une amie qui propose un menu Tacos Navajos que l'on recommande fortement ! un délice. En bref, un séjour dépaysant, avec l'impression de faire un bond dans le temps de 200 ans... excellent !

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Kayenta, Arizona, États-Unis · Membre depuis juin 2015
Profil utilisateur de Mark And Jen

Yá’át’ééh, this is Mark and Jenna and we are the first Airbnb listing here in Monument Valley with excellent reviews by Airbnb guests. Because we were the first to list we have the most experience in making airbnbers happy. We provide a connection to local Navajo neighborhoods and culture.

Jennafer and myself have cultivated the other Airbnb listings but ours is the most special as we are roadside accessible and there is no treacherous unpaved roads. We are closeby to all restaurants and grocery store.

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